I have been planning my switch to a Mac for over a year now and even though its still a few months away (for financial reasons) I would love to get some thoughts on how to best set up my home network. My current set up is this: Dell Dimension 4300 (nicknamed Dino for obvious reasons) Dell Inspiron E1505 (C2D running XP Media Center) 3-year-old Toshiba cable modem Belkin Wireless-G broadband router Brother laser printer (not sure which model, can post details when I get home if needed) The laptop is my husbands computer and is only 2 months old. Right now Dino is my primary computer, the print server, and the main file server (though Ive noticed my husband putting more and more of his files on his laptop hard drive, which is bigger than the one in Dino). In the spring I will be getting a 17 MBP and getting rid of Dino as well as the space needed for a desktop setup. My goal is to free up the office and turn it into a den or guest room/future childs room. I do not want a computer room, desk, or area of any kind. This is not negotiable. Anyway, my current thoughts on my future setup is to get rid of Dino, get a print server for the printer, and have just the 2 laptops connected through the wireless. So I guess my question is, does anyone see a reason for me to 1) keep Dino indefinitely or 2) replace Dino with another machine (would be something like a headless Mini tucked away on a bookshelf)? Does anyone have an idea for a better way to set this up?